The Wishing Map 81

Walking in another’s shoes is the best way to avoid wearing out your own.

Mitch Teemley

Wishing pix-Title-(framed)

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The Wishing Map

Chapter Eighteen: Spiffwits and Storysmiths (Continued)

Previously: Upon learning that her brother had been kidnapped, Gina set off, with the help of the mysterious fisher woman Maerith, to find him.

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To allay her fears, Gina asked Maerith how she and her husband had met. Joy and sorrow intermingled in the beautiful woman’s face as she began her tale:

Her family were textile farmers who came to Kellansend three times a year to sell burbee-flax and danderwool. At first they’d embraced the idea of this big sinewy fellow marrying into their close-knit clan, but when they learned he was fisher folk, a selchie, they turned against him, forbidding Maerith to ever see him again. So Maerith and Shelcor eloped and were married at sea.

“And married ter the sea, as well, for I’d fallen…

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Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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